TechKnowledgey®, a Melbourne-based training provider of professional development, business acumen and project management skills, has joined Credly’s network of digital credential providers.
“For employers, our new digital badges make it easy to identify individuals with the professional skills they need to build an effective workforce and to verify that those skills are relevant and up-to-date,” said Nadine Hansen, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Registered Training Organisation (RTO ID 41214) division of TechKnowledgey.
TechKnowledgey worked closely with Everitas, Australia’s leading digital credentialing consultancy and Credly representative in the Asia Pacific region, in the development and launch of their digital badging program.
“Businesses are now keenly aware of the direct connection between the skills of their employees and the growth potential of their company,” said Jonathan Finkelstein, CEO of Credly. “Digital credentials like those offered by TechKnowledgey help employers make better human capital decisions, while ensuring individuals achieve their full professional potential.”
Learn more about TechKnowledgey’s digital credentials on Credly.
This article was originally posted on Credly